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《異域》 Alien Lands

鄧克保(柏楊) Deng Ke Bao (Bo Yang)

鄧克保(柏楊)著。臺北:平原出版社 Deng Ke Bao (Bo Yang), Taipei: Grass Plain Publishing 1961 高森信男收藏 Takamori Nobuo Collection -- 1949年國共內戰國民黨失敗並撤退臺灣之後,駐守於雲南、仍效忠國民黨的軍隊於1950年撤退至緬甸,俗稱「孤軍」。孤軍於1951年起受到美國CIA支持,持續與緬軍發生戰鬥。這些與緬甸之間的衝突後來在聯合國被視為中華民國對緬甸的入侵行為,在國際輿論壓力下,多數孤軍於1953年撤退回台,但部分孤軍仍滯留泰緬邊界,且不受到臺北方面承認。最後,這些孤軍及其後裔多淪為僅有難民身分的無國籍人士。本身即為白色恐怖受難者的作家柏楊,1961年起於《自立晚報》以「鄧克保」為筆名連載描寫孤軍的小說《異域》,該書後亦曾翻拍為電影。 After the Kuomintang lost the Civil War and retreated to Taiwan in 1949, some of the troops that remained loyal to the Kuomintang fled to Burma (today's Myanmar), and became known as the “Lost Army”. Supported by the CIA, the Lost Army continued to fight against the Burmese army. These conflicts were later considered at the United Nations as an act of invasion of Burma by the Republic of China. Under international pressure, most “lost soldiers” retreated to Taiwan, but some decided to stay in the border areas of Thailand and Myanmar and were not recognized by the government of ROC. In the end, these “lost soldiers” and their descendants become stateless refugees. Writer Bo Yang, a victim of “White Terror” himself, under the pen name of Deng Ke Bao, started to publish the serial novel Alien Lands, about the Lost Army. The book was later made into a movie.